No support for BICSF(IRCAM) 32-Bit Floats ?

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No support for BICSF(IRCAM) 32-Bit Floats ?

Post  hlancome on Tue 18 Jan - 12:03

Hi
Few things read these files. It's about the only file format I've run into that's not supported often these days, so thought this would be that app that does it. Do you need samples ?

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Re: No support for BICSF(IRCAM) 32-Bit Floats ?

Post  Jean on Tue 18 Jan - 14:33

Hello
Yes, please, email me some samples
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Re: No support for BICSF(IRCAM) 32-Bit Floats ?

Post  AKR on Wed 19 Jan - 2:27

hlancome wrote:Hi
Few things read these files. It's about the only file format I've run into that's not supported often these days, so thought this would be that app that does it. Do you need samples ?

What application/s produce/s those type of files ? Google was as useful as an ashtray on a motorbike !!

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Re: No support for BICSF(IRCAM) 32-Bit Floats ?

Post  Jean on Wed 19 Jan - 7:15

It's a Berkeley IRCAM CARL Sound File (BICSF)
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Re: No support for BICSF(IRCAM) 32-Bit Floats ?

Post  hlancome on Wed 19 Jan - 12:25

first line, first page in google:

The Berkeley/IRCAM/CARL Sound File Format (bicsf) was developed during
the 1980's and represented the merging of several earlier header formats.
It is used extensively in academic computer music centers, and is the
default file format for several sound synthesis packages such as MIT's
Csound. It consists of a fixed-length header of 1024 bytes. The first
17 bytes are reserved for sample format information; the remainder is
used for optional "sfcodes" which provide additional information such as
maximum amplitude, creation date, or a text comment.

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Re: No support for BICSF(IRCAM) 32-Bit Floats ?

Post  hlancome on Mon 24 Jan - 12:10

hi Jean
any news ?

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Re: No support for BICSF(IRCAM) 32-Bit Floats ?

Post  Jean on Mon 24 Jan - 15:27

Hello
I am making a new web site, i will add the format next.
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